Deadwood Pioneer-Times from Deadwood, South Dakota on January 3, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1$46 DEADWOOD PIONEER-TIMES DEADWOOD, SO. DAKOTA LOCAL BRIEFS ' "Tom Penn, who had been visiting his sister, Lucile Penn, left Tuesday for his home in Coffeyville. Kansas. Misa Penn's sister, Mrs. Roy Sharpe, Oakland, Calif., arrived Monday to visit her and another sister, Lottie Penn, Cofleeyville, arrived earlier. Mrs. Sharpe is a former Deadwood resident Thomas Roberts left Monday to return to his home in Ltfuisville. Kjr., after a Visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts. Helen Wilson has accepted a position as clerk in the office of James Civretto, Lawrence county treasurer, and began her new duties Wednesday. T..H. Young, Spearflsh, Lawrence county farm agent, was a business visitor in the city Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wheeler returned Tuesday night from Steamboat Springs, Colo, where they spent the Christmas holidays. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee and daughter returned Wednesday from Pine Ridge where they spent New Year's day. . . Discharges recorded at the office of the register of deeds include Winfred A. Grandstaff, Joseph I. . Ostle, Charles E. King, Theodore P. Eckert, Edward J. Dingle, Jr., John ,A. Morlin. Morrison D. Moses. Mel- . vin A. Williams, Morris J. Johnson, Francis G. Chipman, Ysidro A. Flerro, Jack M. Morcom, army; Wil- lard ' Mahlon Day, Richard David HiUberg, Modesto Savlno Miglia, Mario. MigUa. Robert Kenneth La-Due, navy; George Francis King, marines; and Ray H. Hoist, separated from the navy. V . Lt Kenneth Ellis arrived Saturday from Camp Crowder, Mo., 1 where he received an honorable ' discharge from the army. He was t accompanied by his wife and . daughter, Nancy. They are house- .' guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; Seth Ellis. Cpl L. E. Arnold recently visited :' his mother, Mrs. Mae Arnold, while ' on leave from the army. , Mrs. Sarah Marr ; Dies In Lead Mrs. Sarah Marr, 86, well known - early day Lead matron, died in the Humes take hospital in Lead Wed-; nesday morning, following a long : period of failing health. She was : taken to the hospital last Saturday evening, and on Monday her illnew assumed a critical stage. . Mrs. Marr was born in Truro, Cornwall England on January 20, 1859. She lived in Truro until May, , 1911, when she came to Lead to make her home with a sister, the late Mrs. George Adamson. She was united in marriage the following year to the late James Mair. She had been a resident of Lead ever since coming there with the exception of three years spent in Oxford, N. C Her husband died there last May, and she returned to Lead, arriving there July S, to make her home with her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kil-minister. Surviving relatives are a sister, Mrs. Rose Simmons, Plymouth, England, three nephews, W. E. Kil-minster, Leo Kilminster and Clair Adamson, all of Lead, and two step daughters, Mrs. Cecil Fuller and Miss Stella Marr of Oxford. N. C The Kounsevell funeral home is in charge of arrangements and will be announced later. LEAD NEWS Frwa the Lead Can CpL Paul Dupras arrived Wednesday in Lead from Camp McCoy, Wis, where he has Just been discharged from service after two years in the ETO. CpL Dupras wife has returned to Lead from the west coast, and is a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dupras. Mr. and Mrs. R- W. Fraser of Casper, Wyo, who came to Lead to spend New Year's Day with her mother, Mrs. Fina Anderson. left Wednesday for their home. They also visited with the family of Mrs. Fraser sister .Mrs. Harry Rasmus-son of Spearflsh. Betty Vaught. a student in Lead high school, returned Wednesday from Philip, having visited her parents there during the holidays. She ia living at the Peter Rolando home. Albino Panerio has returned to his position in St Louis, Mo, after a holiday visit at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Panerio of Lead. Mrs. Louis Benhart left Wednesday for Portland. Ore, having been called there by the serious illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chapman arrived in Lead last weekend to visit at the hone of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chapman. Sr. 3e leceived his discharge from military service en December IS, after more than three years of duty, two and one-half f which time were spent in the ETO. The visiters came her from Michigan City, J i ,..i.isnii. HbUl.Ns '1K11" lO ern Commission members prepare to board a plane in Washington for San Francisco, first leg on a journey to Japan to give advice to the administration there. From bottom to top at left: Lt. Gen. Chu Shih-ming, China; Monsieur Francis Lacoste, France; R. R. Saksena, India; C. A Berendsen, New Zealand; Sir George Sansom, Great Britain; from bottom to top, right: Nelson T. Johnson, secretary gen. eral, U.S. (light coat); Maj. J. Plimsoll, Australia; CoL L. M. Cos- frave, Canada; Dr. de Kat Angleino, Netherlands, and Maj. Gen. rank R. McCoy, chairman, U.SA. (AP Wirephoto). IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS (By The Associated Prevt) COLUMBUS. Ohio, Jan. 2 JP In an unprecedented move tonight Ohio State University's athletic board unanimously approved the appointment of Paul Bixler as bead football coach of the Buckeyes. Bixler will succeed Carroll Wi i-does, who asked to be relieved of nis duties after directing the Bucks to 18 victories in 18 games. The move was an unprecedenU.-d one, for both Bixler and Widdoes were assistants under former coach Paul E. Brown, and Bixler served as Widdoes' assistant during the last two years. The athletic board announced that Widdoes, at Bixler's request, will remain on the staff as an assistant coach. The board declined to name the salary which Bixler will receive as new head coach, but explained that there was a "gentleman's agreement" that Bixler's contract would run for three years, starting as oi yesterday. The new Ohio State coach was coach at Canton McKlnley high school and at Colgate and Akron universities before coming to Ohln State as an assistant coach. oOo OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 2 VP) A football prediction has just come to light at Oklahoma City. It is about the outcome of the Oklahoma A&M-St Mary's Sugar 3owl game. On December 30th, Gov. Robert & Kerr wrote to his friend. W. L. Steward, Ft Worth, Tex.: "The game at New Orleans will have been played before this reaches you, so I can make my prediction with the knowledge that it will not be too dangerous to either one of us. I am predicting that A&M wins by about 33 to IX" Now, just in case you dont remember Tuesday's Sugar Bowl score, it was Oklahoma A&M 33; St Mary's 13. oOo PITTSBURGH, Jan. I UP) The Pittsburgh Pirates today added another southpaw pitcher to their spring training roster. He is Aldon Wilkie, who has just received his discharge from the army. In tvo past seasons with the Pirates, Wilkie won eight games and lost 11. oOo Leo Durocher agreed to terms Wednesday to manage the Brooklyn Dodgers for 1946. It will be his eighth year at the Dodger helm. Terms for the one-year contract were not announced. oOo BASKETBALL SCORES Notre Dame 50; Purdue 48. Michigan State 76; Syracuse 48. Nebraska 44; Kansas State 37. Evansville 46; Marshall 43. St Louis U 53; Loras 49. Akron 60; Oberlin 56. Muhlenberg 46; Princeton 36. Preferably girls or young ladies. Part time or full time : Inquire at Drown Dctug Co. DEADWOOD i? v':': J f I' JAPAN The 10-nation tar East BOBBER MAKES MISTAKE SAUGUS, Mass. VP) A would-be thef tangled with the wrong man recently when he slipped in. to Thomas Robson's taxi in Maiden. At gun point, he ordered Robson to drive to New York. But the taxi driver rolled into a gas station to refuel in Saugus, Mass, and swung on his passenger with a blow that knocked him out Hours later the passenger learned his mistake. He didn't know that Robson was a professional boxer. GOVERNOR SYMPATHIZES PHOENIX. Ariz. m For the past weeks Governor Sidney Os-born's office has been deluged with requests to do something about the housing situation in the states. The governor heartily sympathizes witn these people. He has been a renter himself for several years, since Arizona doesn't furnish an official residence for its chief executive. Recently the governor revealed that he has joined the ranks of the hovse hunters. His house has been sold out from under him and tlie iew owner wants possession as soon as possible. Osborn will live in a hotel until he can find another house. As Hawaii has no snow, Hawaiian Christmas trees are painted white for Christmas, Here's a Tip . . . A shipment has just been received of the Parker '5i' Pens The world's finest writing instrument SEE IT ! ! ! TRY IT ! ! ! BROWN DRUG Deadwood JIOSPITALNEWS Jan. 2 Admitted: Lon Ross, Faith; Verry Badger, Trojan; Mrs. Martha Hebert, Spearflsh; Mrs. Gretchen Harvey, Lead; Angelina Hughes, Sturgis. Dismissed: Shir ley Jean Jarvi, Belle Fourche; Mrs. Lavonne Storvse and daughter, Lead; Mrs. Marjorie Orr, Lead. Hitler's Spirit Will Arise Says Ribbentrop Note NUERNBERG, Germany, Jan. 1 UP) Adolf Hitler made a strange prophesy about one week before his reported death in Berlin which is the type of thing to be expected from a man beaten and bitter. "My spirit will arise from the grave and one will see that I have been right," he declared. This was disclosed in a secret letter written by Joachim von Ribbentrop, former nazi foreign minister. Shortly before his capture in Hamburg, Ribbentrop wrote the letter to England's Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden. According to Von Ribbentrop, Hitler made the prophecy during their final conversation in Berlin. As to the United States, Ribbentrop asserts that Hitler regretted the war with America because the fuehrer thought there were no pos sible difficulties between the two countries. Hunters And Dogs Outfoxed WINSLOW, Me, Jan. 2 UP) The hounds and fox hunters were outfoxed today in Winslow, Me. The three foxes outwitted a score of hounds and SO nimrods in Maine's first wild fox chase. Although four of the hunters had a chance at $50 prizes, all missed and failed to bring back a single brush. However, Joseph Doyon, presi dent of the sponsoring Kennebec Valley Fox Hunters Association, announced that those entered in the event will get another crack at the prizes in a chase later this winter. LEGION MEMBERSHIP CP WATERTOWN, Jan. 2 W Membership in the American Le gion in South Dakota has reached an all-time high. At Watertown, the state Legion adjutant Walter Travis, says the Legion's paid-up membership in South Dakota on the first day of 1946 was 14,298. The previous high mark was attained in 1921. DEADWOOD Last Times Today EVENING 7:00-9:30 MAY 1 BORROW YOUR nrl than the fun UOj began in the merriest mixup since love began I i,rw x- " W.FE?V( i He did-f 'J mm BtsT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIU Friday and Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE "Identity Unknown" and "Rytlium Round-up" NtW YOKK STOCK MARKET CLOSING QUOTATIONS NEW YORK, Jan. 2 UP) Liquors lost four points or more, while other stocks generally lost less in today's first post-New Year market After an irregular opening the decline had spread to almost an sections of the table near the close. Dealings were alow and approxi mated 1,000,000 shares, about the same as Monday, last session be fore the New Year's Day close down. . The fact that a lot of cus tomers had not returned from their week-end celebrations limited ac tivity. N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE Alleghany Corp. 5. Allied Chemical 185. Allis Chalmers 53. Amerada 149tt. American Airlines 82. A. & F. Power 7. American International 13. American T. & T. 190. Anaconda 43 X. Armour (111.) 13. Armour (111.) Pfd. 123. Aviation Corp. 9. Bendix Aviation 53H. Bethlehem Steel 95tt. Boeing Aircraft 31. Briggs Mfg. 48V. Budd Mfg. 23'. Butler Bros. 26. Calumet & Hecla 8. Celotex Corp. 23. Cerro de Pasco 48. Chrysler 130. Colgate 46. Common. & Edison 34. Common. & Southern 2. Con. Copper 6. Con. Edison 33. Corn Products 87. Curtiss Pub. 21. Curtiss Wright & Curtiss Wright A 27. Deere & Co. 43. Douglas Aircraft 94. Dupont 185. Eastman Kodak 224. General Electric 47. General Foods 53. General Mills 48. ' General Motors 75. Great Northern Ore 17. Great Northern Pfd. 58. Great Western Sugar 33. Greyhound 32. Homestake 51 Industrial Rayon 56. new wm Rayon Unit OILCLOTH 46-inch width PRINTS COLORS 35c 54-in. width 45l GOLD FOSIKI Work Gloves and up ... 201 Men's Leather Work Gloves IAS Men's Dress Hose, pair &t Stick-On Soles, pair 25 Turtle Food... 10 CANISTER m m as ax WASTri. KASKKTS "?SL "KCC Fruit Juice GLASSES . ZY oz. Bell-Shape Clear Crystal 6for25c LtLEN Int Business Machine 137. Int Harvester 94. Int T. & T. 29. , Johns Manville 141. Lockheed Aircraft 43. Loews Inc 33. Mack Trucks 69. Marshall Field 41. Martin Co 39. Miami Copper 12. Mont Ward 72. Natl Dairy Products 38. N Y Central 33. N Am AW 13. Northern Pacific 34. Ohio Oil 22. Oliver Farm Equip 118. Otis Elevator 35. Paramount 53. Penney 149. Penn R R 42. Pepsi-Cola 35. Phelps Dodge 36. Phillips Petroleum 57. Pillsbury Flour 33. Procter & Gamble 66. Radio Corp 17. Reo Motor 26. Rep Steel 30. Rey Tob B 37. Now Open in our New Location 3 Doors East of Wagner Cafe Opposite Adams Museum Telephone 152 Burlington Trailways BUS STATION PORTER M. MELTON Agent Nightgowns PHOTO FRAMES 29c lo 1.49 Lucite PHOTO FRAMES, 29 to 2.90 TOY PISTOLS, all rubber 15 CANDY FILLED GLASS TOYS 10 PLASTIC CLOTHES LINE REEL. . 49 srraoux facial tissue. io COMETS SBTJBTJNKDf F ANT AIL 7BTNESE MOOM COOKIES Fresh, Direct From Factory FIG BARS OATMEAL CREME S'WICH 2gC lb- CHOCOLATE WHIPS, lb. 4Q SETS KSS w v s sswsm mm m.tT m .sflKts. .sH. WASH TUBS CLOPAY WINDOW SHADES 15 With Roller 23 3 ARM TOWEL RACK 15? STTtAINERSTTea or Orange Juice. . 15? STOKE Savage Arms 12. Sears Roebuck 36. Servel Inc 22. Socony-Vacuum 17. Std Brands 47. Std Oil Cal 47. Std Oil Ind 41. Std Oil NJ 66. Stewart Warner 23. Stone & Webster 20. Timken Roller Bearing 63. United Aircraft 35. U S Gypsum 113. U S Steel 81. U S Steel Pfd 155. Western Union 51. Woolworth 52. Western Electric 35. Youngstown Sheet 66. MART'S IAMB PHILADELPHIA UP) Mary had a little lamb but the other day it wound up at the police station because Mary doesn't go to school on Sunday. A policeman found seven-year-old Marie Quar-tucci's Iamb wandering in front of its mistress' school. g?7 $2L90 CP Knife Holders 59 BANDANAS, red or blue Boys Hose 5-8 Length.... 33 Incense, cone or Liquid 10 Bobby Pins ...10 Small Size Bail Handle 59s SPECIALS! CLASSIFIED Personals Readers Digest Ex-service and service personnel, 1 yrs. $3.00; Newsweek, Life, Time, each 1 year $3.50. Subscriptions for all magazines. Mrs. McGahey, 142. ' 1-3-lmo LOST Cocoa-brown box coat, sixe 14, near Eagle Inn. Phone 121. 1-2-Jt Everything in auto glass at Edditra Tire St Glass. Phone 111, Dead wood. 2-15-tf Music for any occasion. Melody Knights, Lead. 12-30-tf Bus. Opportunities 6 I will be at the Franklin hotel Thursday and Friday, January 3rd and 4th. S. W. Morgan, chiropodist. 12-30-3t For sale 1? FOR SALE: Almost complete furnishing for three or four rooms including three gas stoves. Upstairs 97 Forest Avenue. Phone 478-J. 12-30-3t Readers Digest Ex-service and service personnel. S yrs. $3.00; Newsweek, 1 yr. $3.50. Subscript tions for all magazines. Mrs, McGahey, 141 U-ll-4St MINING MACHINERY FOR SALE Three mine cars, excellent condition, 18 inch gauge, rone bearings, approx. 14 cubic feet capacity, $50 each or all three for $125. Three mine cars, PLAIN BEARINGS, same size as above, at $50 for all three. Air reveiver, excellent condition. 20 inch diameter by 8 feet long. A bargain for $45. Concrete mixer. WON- DER, size 3. mounted on four steel wheel trailer. Good shape. Priced at $35 for quick sale. S. J. Morrissey, agent, Rapid City, S. D. 10-2-tf Large baby buggy like new. Reasonable. Mrs. Stewart 21 Lincoln. 12-30-3t Houses For Sale 13 Five-room modern house at Pluma. Near school. Call 2710, Lead. 13-29-1 wk. See WARDS today tor tree estimate on a new roof, complete insulation or new heating plant. Wards prices will meet any competitor. See us before buying. Use our time payment plan. Montgomery Ward & Co, Dead-wood. S. D. t-lt-tf Wanted To Buy 22 Will pay cash for 1930 or 1931 Ford in good condition. Apt 3, 42 Lincoln Ave. l-2-3t Why quibble with others about Ihe price of your furniture? We per the highest prices. We buy and . sell used furniture and fixtures of all kinds. Phone 220J. Orley Zeiler. U-4-lmo Apts For Rent 26 Apartments and houses, furnished or unfurnished. Storerooms. Lead and Deadwood. H. S. Clark, phone 2078. tf Misc. Service 33 WANTED TO BUY: Logs for fir place. Phone 500. 1-2-3 Radio Center can repair any radio sua (uanmec n. none 1ST. X Lee Street 12-19-1 mo. NOTICE: For ano work mt any kind, see Leo Bruning, 23 Mc Klnley. By ball park. S-14-tf Help Wanted 35 WANTED Ford Mechanic Will pay top wages. Must be experienced with Fard-Ferguseo Tractors. Write Box 65, Bowman, North Dakota. U-20-3wk Let WarcTs Service Dept fix jem nolo, washer or wee) Repair part in stock. prices, expert m..ir Employment Wntd. 37 WANTED: Alteration work and mending. Phone 310R. 12-38-lwk Pioneer-limes Classified Ad Rates -o- Cash must accompany all classified ads received tram outside of South Dakota. -o- U per word, one day. S per word for three consecutive days. 9 per word for six consecutive days, 25 per word per month, tf ad is no consecutively. -- Each initial and each set of figures count as one word. Name and addmss is counted as Part of the ad. Mmimuai chrge is based upon eight c IL W. McCARROLL, Owner DEADWOOD, S. DAK. 3 Wanteds k the FT get sasults.

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